Set 1 -
01 - EA Jam -> Eyes of the World
02 - Babushka's Demise
03 - Chimney Sweep
04 - Chameleon
05 - Look Around
06 - March of the Pandas
07 - Eight
This show is the first set to Live at the Pinnacle 2005-08-20 http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-details-db.php?id=30378, sorry for any inconvenience, but due to extenuating circumstances it was far easier to simply upload it as a separate concert
February 9, 2006 Subject:
Recently on a roadtrip I saw these boys play at Nectar's. I was impressed to say the least. Looked 'em up on the internet, found some of their stuff here, and figured I'd give it a listen. While a lot of their other stuff on Archive doesn't come close to doing justice to seeing them live, this particular show now has a permanent place in my music library (as does the second set listed under a different show).
Now to the show... the Eyes is ripping, but a lot of people can do a nice cover. What I really liked and was impressed by were the originals. Babushka's has a great jam or two along with solid lyrics, and the March of the Pandas contains many a great jam.
I like that these kids are not scared to make a mistake, as it allows them to innovate. They switch easily between genres and tempos which makes for a fun and exciting show. If you have the oppurtunity see them live, make sure you take it.
February 7, 2006 Subject:
Good Variety there!
Oh yes! a very nice Eye's and audio, I'm downloading the rest of this show. Better than 1/7/05 where it seems an amp blew out about 20sec into it. They are waaay more than a tribute band i see. I'll check out their web site
and hugs to mean K-mon! a so-far -4star
January 19, 2006 Subject:
After long last...
Here it is my friends, the epic that is the first set to Live at the Pinnacle. Upon the uploading of this show, have a much cleaner recording of March of the Pandas (scalding would be an applicable adjective), and the first (and excellent) version of Babushka's Demise to be put onto the archive. This was a great end to summer, and it's nice to finally have the entire show up. The cover of Chameleon is epic. Chimney Sweep and Look Around are rock solid, and Eight perfectly ends the set.